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STEELY: South Wallsend defender Laura Byrnes goes up against her former club this weekend. Picture: Anita AntunovichAs a teenager and before theHeraldWomen’s Premier League beganshe helped Merewether United to championship glory.
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Then she was on board as the club launched its WPL involvement when the top-flight women’s competition began in 2009.

But tomorrow, as Merewether celebratetheir inaugural Foundation Day,Laura Byrnes will be plotting to bring them down.

The South Wallsend defender did however admittherewouldbe a touch of touch of nostalgia as she linedup against her junior club at Myamblah Oval tomorrow.

“I really think it is awesome that they have been one of the clubs that have lasted the length of the WPL,” Byrnes said.

“I remember all of the talk when the proposal for WPL was being put together.

“There were a lot of people who worked really hard to develop the women’s program at Merewether and it is fantastic for the club that they are continuing to support it.”

Byrnes said there would be plentyof respect for the opposition this weekend but was hoping South Wallsend could continue their recent good form, which included a 3-1 upset win over fourth-placed Wallsend.

South Wallsend are fifth,10 points adrift of Wallsend andunlikely to finish any higher on the ladder. But they are not going out without a fight.

“It has been a tough year but we have been playing some good football and we will take plenty of confidence into this game after wins in our past two matches,” Byrnes said.

Merewether are inviting all past and present players, coaches and supporters to attend their Foundation Day tomorrow.

Wallsend are at home to second-placed Warners Bay in other round-18 action tomorrow.

The Red Devils are yet to beat second-placed Warners Bay this season. They drew in their first encounter then Warners Bay edged out Wallsend 3-2 when they traded blows for the second time this season.

Wallsend have in fact not beaten any of the sides above them on the table this year. They have drawn with all three – Adamstown, Warners Bay and Merewether – and will gain plenty of confidence if they topple the form team of the competition this weekend.

They welcome back Shannon Day and Briony Halcombe after they were unavailable last week but are without Sophie O’Brien and goalkeeper Bek Saunders through injury.

Wallsend coach Marc Hingston will call on 16-year-old Rheeni Harrison in goals and said playing the form side would be “a good test for her”.

League leaders Adamstown host sixth-placed Thornton today in the first match of weekend double-header.

Rosebud coach Ben Herron was not expecting to have to motivate his side too much after back-to-back losses last week threatened to derail their season.

“We always knew it was going to be a tough stretch and we were expecting some hard-fought battles, and that is what we got,” Herron said ahead of the match.

“The girls were a bit down about what happened last weekend and that gives me the impression they want to come out and take six points from this weekend.

“That is our main aim this weekend – to get six points and have two clean sheets.”

Theyback up against Mid North Coast in Wauchope on tomorrow.

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